Mary Hays: The Brothers; or, Consequences: A Story of What Happens Every Day; Addressed to that Most Useful Part of the Community, the Labouring Poor (1815)

For more on the life of Mary Hays, click here for her entry in the Biographical Summaries. For Hays's correspondence with William Godwin, click here; for her correspondence with Eliza Fenwick, click here. For the texts of her periodical essays on Helvetius from 1796, click here. For two examples of her Life Writings on May Wollstonecraft and Charlotte Smith, click here. The texts of two of her pamphlets, Cursory Remarks and Appeal to the Men of Great Britain, can also be found on this site. For all the letters and writings of Mary Hays, along with substantial biographical material, see Timothy Whelan, creator, Mary Hays: Life, Writings, and Correspondence, at